Sony launches “PlayStation games for PC” webpage. Does it Compare to PC Game Pass?

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There is a new addition to the official PlayStation website. Sony has launched the “PlayStation games for PC” page over on, and it features—can you guess?—PlayStation games on PC.

Among the games featured on the page are PlayStation-to-PC blockbusters God of War and Horizon Zero Dawn, and there is a Coming Soon section which currently lists UNCHARTED™: Legacy of Thieves Collection as coming to PC in 2022. Also listed here are two Spider-Man games: Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales coming to PC this Fall, and Marvel’s Spider-Man Remastered hitting PC on August 12.

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These games are purchasable on Steam and the Epic Games Store, which are linked on the PlayStation PC Games page.

Sony expects considerable growth in the PC gaming market. In fact, it expects to earn a cool $300 million on PC games this year alone. And it has stated that it expects almost half of PlayStation game launches to be on PC and mobile by 2025.

Could Sony’s increased focus on the PC gaming market beget a rival to Microsoft’s PC Game Pass? At this point it’s hard to say, but with PC Game Pass’ 25-million-subscriber head start, Sony will have a lot of work to do in the future if that is its aim.

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